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Leo D. Maloney
|Born||January 4, 1888|
|Died||November 2, 1929 (aged 41)|
New York, New York, USA
|Occupation||Actor, film director, film producer, screenwriter|
Maloney was born in Santa Rosa, California, and built the "Leo Maloney Studio" in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California. He appeared in more than 150 films between 1911 and 1929. He also directed 47 films between 1914 and 1929. Maloney's final film was one of the first sound pictures, 1929's Overland Bound. While at a party in Manhattan to celebrate the completion of that picture, Maloney suffered a fatal stroke.
- Why the Sheriff Is a Bachelor (1914)
- The Telltale Knife (1914)
- The Hazards of Helen (1914)
- The Man from the East (1914)
- Lass of the Lumberlands (1916)
- The Spitfire of Seville (1919)
- The Fatal Sign (1920)
- The Big Catch (1920)
- A Gamblin' Fool (1920)
- The Grinning Granger (1920)
- One Law for All (1920)
- The Wolverine (1921)
- The Outlaw Express (1926)
- The Blind Trail (1926)
- The High Hand (1926)
- Two-Gun of the Tumbleweed (1927)
- Don Desperado (1927)
- The Man from Hard Pan (1927)
- The Long Loop on the Pecos (1927)
- Border Blackbirds (1927)
- Vultures of the Sea (1928)
- The Black Ace (1928)
- The Apache Raider (1928)
- The Vanishing West (1928)
- The Bronc Stomper (1928)
- Yellow Contraband (1928)
- The Boss of Rustler's Roost (1928)
- .45 Calibre War (1929)
- Overland Bound (1929)
- The Fire Detective (1929)
- Tetley, Rhea-Frances (November 1, 2004). Lake Arrowhead. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 9780738529189. Retrieved May 2, 2019 – via Google Books.
- Katchmer, George A. (May 20, 2015). A Biographical Dictionary of Silent Film Western Actors and Actresses. McFarland. ISBN 9781476609058. Retrieved May 2, 2019 – via Google Books.
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